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Treatments for Cerebral Palsy by Better Health Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of treatments and procedures that are commonly used to treat Cerebral Palsy: Anticonvulsants Behavioral therapy Botox Injection Brace Braces Counseling Heel Cord Lengthening Mechanical aids Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Psychotherapy Speech Therapy Surgery Wheelchair These are j ... Read on »
Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities: - Neuro-cognitive therapy. by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Sep 2008 5:10am This is a comprehensive article about neuro-cognitive therapy.In the treatment of cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities Link: Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities: - Neuro-cognitive therapy.. Read on »
Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy. - Physiotherapy by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 9:07pm this is an interesting and informative article about the use of physiotherapy to treat cerebral palsy Link: Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy. - Physiotherapy. When a child is diagnosed as suffering from cerebral palsy, the diagnosing doctor automatically refers that child to a physiotherapist. This seems the logical and natural cou ... Read on »
Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy: - Patterning. by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:08pm This is an article which analyzes a therapeutic approach called Patterning there is also an interesting analysis of the myth that we only use 10% of our brains. Link: Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy: - Patterning.. Patterning is a treatment rationale utilised by various clinics accross the globe, with many variations in it's applica ... Read on »
Fertility treatments up risk of cerebral palsy by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 8:48am Unfortunately with artificial fertiltiy techniques, it's hard to tell some of the side effects until enough people have done them to see a pattern and/or the kids have grown old enough. Here's an article on ART and risk of cerebral palsy Read on »
CEREBRAL PALSY AND STEM CELLS by David Granovsky Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 10:08pm Duke U. CLINICAL TRIAL for Cerebral Palsy & other newborn brain injuries – ... Read on »
Mild hyperbaric therapy for autism - Shh!…don’t say it’s expensive by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 Mar 2009 3:40pm When I recently wrote about the new HBOT -for-autism study (Rossignol et al. 2009) 1, I took issue with unlikely claimed treatment pressures for at least one of the study locations. While a potential methodological weakness, this is probably a fairly small problem in light of potential issues with blinding and interpretation of the results as qua ... Read on »
New Resource Center For Parents Of Children With Cerebral Palsy by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Jul 2014 3:00pm The birth injury patient advocates at are announcing the launch of a new national resource site for parents of children affected by the neurological disorder. The CP Help Center will provide the latest on cerebral palsy research, treatment, causes and litigation news. Parents can learn more about their child’s condit ... Read on »
The Today Show: New Hope in Battle Against Cerebral Palsy by ChyvonneB Facebook Posted Thu 03 Dec 2009 12:00am My mother brought to my attention that Dr. Nancy Snyderman was on The Today Show discussing the strides that have been made in the therapy and treatment of those afflicted with Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral Palsy is a neurological disorder that appears in infancy or early childhood; it affects movement and muscle coordination. Dr. Snyderman menti ... Read on »
New trial tests cord blood in regenerating neuro damage by David Granovsky Posted Sat 13 Mar 2010 10:08pm New trial tests cord blood in regenerating neuro damage By Joe Pangburn , Inside Tucson Business Published on Saturday, March 13, 2010 Cord Blood Registry and Tucson Medical Center want to help newborns at-risk for neurological injury avoid the pain of diseases such as cerebral palsy. The two organizations, along with the Sav ... Read on »